Breaking the Biker

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This is book four in The Biker Series.

Tank, the newly appointed president of the Gold Vipers, has one mission – to find the woman responsible for murdering a club member in cold blood. Female or not, he’s out for vengeance and will stop at nothing to get his hands on the killer.

After Raina’s two-year-old son is killed during a club war, she takes her revenge on the man she believes is responsible for his death. When she learns that the newest president of the Gold Vipers is now hell-bent on finding her, Raina makes sure that he gets exactly what he wants, and then some…

Contains intimate scenes, language, and violence.

2 reviews for Breaking the Biker

  1. Rosemary HUGHES

    We Jake Tank as the new Club President, after his father’s death.
    So the order of business is now to find the pledge that was driving the woman who did the deed.
    Leads to Raina, the pledges sister lead to an interesting cat and mouse game. Finally a confession happens, with a surprising result.
    The next day brings an even bigger surprise. Dramatic hostage situations occur, with frightening consequences should things go wrong.
    Yes, it’s a new Tank, with a vastly different outlook, that amazes his team mates and readers alike.
    A rather interesting saga, that shows the whole club adaptation under new management.

  2. Thais Dematte

    3.5 stars I like this well enough. I was glued to the story until about 70%, then it got a little weird. This is insta-love, but it isn’t. This is slow-burn, but it isn’t. I don’t know exactly how to explain, but it doesn’t feel like insta-love, or insta-lust. They are not drawn to each other from the first moment they see each other, and they kinda dislike each other for while. BUT. But Tank forgave Raina pretty quickly and her sins are not minor. She did unspeakable things and got away with everything without a scratch. That rub me the wrong way. And the last chapters were from a couple I didn’t know since I didn’t read the other books, so I didn’t care for them and just skimmed a few chapters. The narration was pretty solid, I like the narrator a lot. His voice is gruff and deep, his pacing and pauses is spot on. He didn’t do a great job of differentiating the voices though, my only complaint. I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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